Donkey Sanctuary Aruba is a nonprofit organization that aims to support and care for the dwindling donkey population in Aruba.
Tour revenue will be invested in the food, water, medical care, and maintenance of the Donkey Sanctuary.
Any day by appointment
Adults, Children, Families, Youth
English, Spanish, Dutch, German
Tour will be cancelled or postponed in case of inclement weather
1 to 100
Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)
With only a small population of 20 wild donkeys left on the island, Donkey Sanctuary Aruba needs your help! On this tour to help save the donkeys, you will first arrive at the sanctuary in Aruba. Beginning with an introduction about the organization’s mission, you will get a feel for the work you can become a part of on this tour! You will take a tour of the sanctuary and learn about the everyday work that goes on there. You can meet the donkeys that are given names, food, shelter, medical care, and lots of love by the people at Donkey Sanctuary Aruba! And if you arrive early enough, you can even help with the daily chores of feeding and caring for the donkeys, a great and educational experience! If you’d rather just observe, then you’re welcome to grab a seat on the covered porch, sit back with some coffee or a cold beverage and snack from the concession stand, or take a look inside our gift shop. Become a part of the ongoing mission to protect and save the donkeys on this fun and educational tour!
Bringamosa 2-Z, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Aruba
Take Route 4a from the hotels and follow this road for 14 km. Pass all the circles/roundabouts until you see a sign for the French Men’s Pass. Make a left turn into the French Men’s Pass, then 1st left, then 2nd right. On that dirt road, you will find the Donkey Sanctuary after about 200 meters. If you have a GPS device, navigate to these coordinates: N 12°48.974’ W 069°96.642’. This will bring you to the entrance of the Donkey Sanctuary.
To save the donkeys!
Adoption program: The Aruba Donkey Sanctuary presently takes care of some 130+ donkeys.
Friends of the Aruban Donkeys: Contributions will be used for taking care of the donkeys, shelter, food, and medical care.